Miao Diary (Chapter 4 – Final)

Previously: Chapter 3

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I hope you all had fun reading Miao Diary!

15 Responses to “Miao Diary (Chapter 4 – Final)”

  1. lolikitsune says:


  2. lolikitsune says:



    The end of an era, I suppose. Sad, in a way. BUT SO HAPPY!

    Sorry, I think the “deluxe punishment” joke destroyed any hopes I had of being coherent at all today. Props to you, Sixten. Mad props.

    Oh, and well done with the bashing Zero no Tsukaima!

  3. Well, right up to the end I was convinced that Jasmine’s parents were a lot stranger than Sixten’s parents. Then we had the discussion about “deluxe punishment”, and now I’m not so sure.

  4. Samu-kun says:

    All’s well that ends well.

    Ahaha! I knew Carol would become a Mei Sunohara imouto!

    I’m not sure what to think about meido trap Sixten kissing tsundere neko Jasmine. It’s like the brokenness scale rose to the point where I’m confused about the very nature of gender itself and the universe just split in two. All I know is that it’s hysterically funny. XD

    Also, this has got to be the most amazing doujin made featuring a blogger in the history of all anime. I mean – most doujins rarely run longer than 32 pages and they’re generally not as high quality as Miao Diary.

  5. Sixten says:

    @Steven: I intended to get across in Chapter 3 that both families knew about the non-punishment punishments. It was Jasmine’s mom who told Jasmine how to punish Sixten for his confession, but Sixten’s mom knew what to draw a picture of without hearing what Jasmine’s mom said.

    @Samukun: “Not as high quality?” Most doujins have ink and tone. Miao Diary is all pencil, and not very clean at that.

  6. Owen S says:

    If the ‘deluxe punishment’ is a reference to the deluxe punishment bag then I think I see what you did there.

  7. Samu-kun says:

    Well, some of them are inked and all, but that’s not counting the others that have gross proportion and perspective errors. Also, the backgrounds in most doujins aren’t anywhere as elaborate as some of Miao Diary’s sets. Maybe I’m just biased because of the moe loli style though.

  8. SporkLift Driver says:

    Moe loli style ftw!
    Well I’ll be falling asleep chuckling with a smile on my face.
    Very well done indeed!

  9. Ben says:

    Great finish to the story Sixten, it’s so fantastically broken

  10. Hinano says:

    Very cute ending yay kissing but something disturbs me about it (maybe because its a shota in a maid outfit kissing a loli with cat ears I dunno..) XDDD

  11. Samu-kun says:

    I think that doesn’t even BEGIN to describe all the things that’s amiss about that kiss…

  12. tidal says:

    >“Not as high quality?” Most doujins have ink and tone. Miao Diary is all pencil, and not very clean at that.

    Onani Master Kurosawa only had inks, but did that stop it from becoming one of Anon’s favourite manga? Oh no….

    Probably also due to content…but I digress…

    Props for finishing Miao Diary. Who’d thought a couple of s(n)ide remarks about being tsundere for Sunrise would develop into something so…broken?

  13. ExoByte says:

    I’ll admit i did not read the whole thing, but, thats the point, you have a whole thing. Very few people have a whole thing. Congratulations on a total project.

  14. Author says:

    Belive it or not, but I actually finished it.

  15. Rocket says:

    Hoorah! As S.J. says, “Great artists ship.” Congratulations!

    And mad props for taken broken-ness to new highs (lows?). Conceptually it was delightful moé moé. The double play of alter-egos for real people brought it to levels of odd discomfort that broken ol’ me hasn’t felt in years.

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